• First Look: Corey Duffel

    First Look: Corey Duffel
    The May 2013 issue comes fully loaded with the full-length CSFU Creature vid. Let Corey Duffel give you a quick ride through some of the highlights.
  • First Look: John Cardiel

    First Look: John Cardiel
    He nailed it in 1992, ten years later it was TNT, twenty deep it's David Gonzalez. JC gives a quick snap at the fattest mag on the block—April 2013.  
  • First Look: Jaws and Dakota Servold

    First Look: Jaws and Dakota Servold
    Few people can appreciate gnarly skating as much as gnarly skaters themselves. Here's Jaws and Dakota tripping out on the March mag, including all of Ben Raybourn's insanity.
  • First Look: Geoff Rowley

    First Look: Geoff Rowley
    This issue is a behemoth, so who better to flip through it first than Geoff Rowley?
  • First Look: Donnelly and Worrest

    First Look: Donnelly and Worrest
    Jake Donnelly and Bobby Worrest flip through the January 2013 issue during a break from a session at Single Rock.
  • First Look: Jamie Tancowny and Trevor Colden

    First Look: Jamie Tancowny and Trevor Colden
    Some of the gnarliest skaters are also the biggest fans of other rippers and skating in general. Here's Jamie and Trevor checking out the December issue which includes a free Baker DVD.
  • First Look: Kevin Terpening

    First Look: Kevin Terpening
    Kevin Terpening sits down with Sammy Winter and one of our heaviest issues to date. October 2012 is stacked!
  • First Look: Slash and Nuge

    First Look: Slash and Nuge
    If there are two guys who know gnarly skating when they see it, it would be Brian Hansen and Don Nguyen. Here they are reacting to the September mag.  
  • First Look: Brad Staba

    First Look: Brad Staba
    Starving childrens, a trip to the spank bank, and getting stared down in two dimensions. When Staba grabs the mag, nobody is safe. Not even Koston.
  • First Look: Darin "Cookiehead" Jenkins

    First Look: Darin "Cookiehead" Jenkins
    Darin checks out the July mag at Bucky's bowl and shows some of that legendary style he's known for.